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Happy Mum Health Shake

Ideal for busy mums, particularly pregnant and breastfeeding mothers who need to ensure they are getting enough nutrition for their needs at this stage of their lives. Comes in a convenient 4 Pack.

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Easy to drink, and unlike most pregnancy and breastfeeding supplements, it tastes delicious.

It's a dairy shake ready-made in a convenient resealable bottle. It is specifically designed for women, particularly pregnant and breastfeeding mothers who need to ensure they are getting enough nutrition for their needs at this stage of their lives. It contains folic acid, iron, vitamin D and iodine as well as all the goodness of dairy, without the lactose. This means that it delivers the benefits of calcium and protein present in dairy to women who are lactose intolerant. Easy to drink, and unlike most pregnancy and breastfeeding supplements, it tastes delicious.

Filtered water, skim milk powder, cane sugar, resistant maltodextrin (soluble fibre), natural flavour, Minerals (Calcium, Iron), Thickener (Carrageenan), Vitamins (Folic Acid, Vitamin D)

Servings per package: 1 Serving Size: 250ml
Ave Qty Per Serve % Daily Intake* (per serve) Ave Qty per 100ml
Energy 582kj 6.7% 233 kJ
Protein 8.7g 17.4% 3.5g
Fat, total 0.2g 0.3% 0.1g
- saturated 0.1g 0.4% 0.0g
- trans fat Not Detected (ND) ND
Carbohydrate 26.5g 8.5% 10.6g
- sugars 20.0g 22.2% 8.0g
- lactose NIL*** NIL***
- galactose 6.0g 2.4g
Sodium 80mg 3.8% 35mg
Fibre 2.5g 8.3% 1g
Calcium 500mg (30% RDI1**) 122mg
Iron 5mg 2mg
Folic Acid 360µg (100% RDI2**/120% RDI3**) 120µg
Vitamin D 10µg (100% AI**) 4µg
* Percentage Daily Intakes are based on an average adult diet and 870kJ. Your daily intakes may be higher or lower depending on your energy needs. **RDI1 = Recommended Dietary Intake for both breastfeeding and pregnant woman 19-50 years. **RDI2 = Recommended Dietary Intake for pregnant woman 19-50 years. **RDI3 = Recommended Dietary Intake for breastfeeding woman 19-50 years. **AI = Adequate Intake for breastfeeding and pregnant women 19-50 years.RDI's and AI's calculated according to the Nutrient Reference Values for Australia and New Zealand, NZ Ministry of Health, 2006.***A natural enzyme is used to convert the lactose into glucose and galactose during production. To ensure this process is complete, we test the milk using AOAC (Official Methods of Analysis) test methods to ensure the lactose is less than 0.05%. This is nutritionally insignificant for people suffering from lactose intolerance.

A low-fat dairy shake ready-made in a convenient resealable bottle and ideal to include as part of a healthy and varied diet.

What’s inside Puria®?

It contains Folic acid, Iron, Vitamin D, Vitamin A and Vitamin B12. It is easy to drink, and unlike most pregnancy and breastfeeding supplements, Puria® Mother’s Nutritional Supplement tastes absolutely delicious – with a rich Vanilla Bean flavour.

Folic Acid can reduce the risk of fetal neural tube defects when consumed at the appropriate level, at least the month before and for three months after conception. Puria contains 250ug folic acid per serve (50% RDI3**) and this should be considered as part of a healthy diet involving the consumption of a variety of foods for women of child bearing age.

Iron is a carrier of oxygen throughout the body and helps reduce tiredness and fatigue. Due to an increase in blood volume during pregnancy, you will need to increase your iron intake. Lack of iron may make you feel tired and exhausted during pregnancy and while breastfeeding.

Vitamin D is essential for the absorption of calcium and phosphorus and is necessary for normal bone structure.

Vitamin A is essential for the important growth that occurs in the early months of pregnancy, especially for visual health, immune function and fetal growth.

Vitamin B12 is important because it helps keep the blood cells and nervous system healthy. The body does not make B12 so it relies on the absorption through food and supplements.

The Goodness of Dairy – without Lactose

CALCIUM – Calcium is essential for normal teeth and bone structure. During pregnancy and while breastfeeding it is important to maintain your body’s requirements for calcium and this drink makes it easy, as one serving per day provides 50% of your calcium needs.

PROTEIN – Protein is necessary for tissue building and repair and contributes to the maintenance of muscle mass. One serving per day provides 17% of your protein needs.

NIL LACTOSE*** – A natural enzyme is used to convert the milk sugar, lactose, into glucose and galactose. Puria® therefore allows women who are lactose-intolerant to benefit from the goodness of milk, but without the ill-effects of lactose.

*** A natural enzyme is used to convert the lactose into glucose and galactose during production. Lactose is less than 0.05%, which is nutritionally insignificant for people suffering from lactose intolerance.

Ideal for busy mums, particularly pregnant and breastfeeding mothers who need to ensure they are getting enough nutrition for their needs at this stage of their lives.

During the first trimester of pregnancy your energy requirements remain the same as pre-pregnancy levels. During the second trimester – it is estimated you may require an additional 335 calories1 per day. During the third trimester it is estimated that an additional 450 calories1 are required daily, and during breastfeeding up to 500 calories1 more than pre-pregnancy are needed.

Puria Mothers Nutritional Supplement contains 140 calories per drink, so this a quick and tasty way to add extra calories and nutrients into your diet, which is especially helpful if you are busy as it is conveniently packaged so you can pop it in your bag to have on hand wherever you are.

1For Pregnant and breastfeeding women 19 – 50years – Nutrient Reference Values for Australia and New Zealand – Including Recommended Dietary Intakes, 2006. Estimated energy requirements only, actual energy requirements will be based on height, weight and activity level of the individual.

Iron is a carrier of oxygen throughout the body and helps reduce tiredness and fatigue. Due to an increase in blood volume during pregnancy, you will need to increase your iron intake. Lack of iron may make you feel tired and exhausted during pregnancy and while breastfeeding. The form of iron used in Puria is iron pyrophosphate, which is well recognised in the food industry as being stable, tasteless and relatively non-irritating. This drink is an excellent and easy to drink source of iron, providing more than 80% of your daily Iron recommended dietary intake (83% RDI2**/250% RDI3**).
The body needs iodine to make thyroid hormones; to maintain the nervous system and help with normal brain function. Our product contains a soluble iodine salt, not elemental iodine. You will get at least 100% of your daily Iodine recommended dietary intake (123% RDI2**/100% RDI3**).
Protein is necessary for tissue building and repair and contributes to the maintenance of muscle mass.
Calcium is essential for normal teeth and bone structure. During pregnancy and while breastfeeding it is important to maintain your body’s requirements for calcium and this drink makes it easy, as one serving per day provides 30% of your calcium needs (30% RDI¹ **).
Yes it does, but nowadays we also cover-up and wear sunscreen, so sometimes our daily intake is below where it should be. Vitamin D is essential for the absorption of calcium and phosphorus and is necessary for normal bone structure. This drink provides at least 100% of your daily Vitamin D adequate intake (100% AI**).
Yes, the bottle label contains a thin lightproof layer, that protects the Vitamin D from sunlight.
If you take Puria® with another supplement, you might be taking more than the recommended amount of nutrients. We would not recommend you do this without seeking medical advice.
If you take Puria® with another supplement, you might be taking more than the recommended amount of nutrients. We would not recommend you do this without seeking medical advice.
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